Aiptasia control

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I have some large aiptasia living on the bottom of my overflow. I can isolate the overflow from the aquarium. If I than remove the water from the overflow and pour in straight vinegar will that eradicate them? Or does anyone have a better day idea?
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Yes that would eradicate them. I often find aiptasia in refugiums, overflows, sumps etc and they never move their way into the display. For your peace of mind just do what you’re thinking.
 
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